“Khomapastr” has been a well-known handmade fabrics brand in Thailand for over 70 years. It all started by their grandfather- ‘His Royal Highness Prince Bavoradej’ who spent time learning about dyeing clothes in Vietnam during his time as a political refugee and made a living out of it. After that, he came back to Thailand and started Khomapastr as his own brand with the beautiful meaning “Delicate fabrics”

Later, Her Serene Highness Pajongchitr Kridakorn, his wife, gave a helping hand by establishing a factory for dyeing and screen printing in Hua Hin, Thailand. The very first prints by Khomapastr were real antique Thai style which they were cultivating from The Bangkok National Museum and printed on silk fabric. The main inspirations for Khomapastr at that time were Thai traditional games for children and Thai culture such as Wat Arun (Arun Temple), A barge with a swan head, Thai rice farmers, and many more that were sold very well.

Khomapastr was also one of the first fabric brands in Thailand that invented the silk screen printing style, and over the years they continued to expand its product range by printing on household products such as furnishing fabrics and an assortment of gift items.

In the present day, Khomapastr is owned by 3 daughters of His Royal Highness Prince Bavoradej and still remains the uniqueness of the hand-made printed style. Khomapastr is now still in Hua Hin province and has also modernized their identity to become a brand called Khom

Khomapastr

“Khomapastr” has been a well-known handmade fabrics brand in Thailand for over 70 years. It all started by their grandfather- ‘His Royal Highness Prince Bavoradej’ who spent time learning about dyeing clothes in Vietnam during his time as a political refugee and made a living out of it. After that, he came back to Thailand and started Khomapastr as his own brand with the beautiful meaning “Delicate fabrics”

Later, Her Serene Highness Pajongchitr Kridakorn, his wife, gave a helping hand by establishing a factory for dyeing and screen printing in Hua Hin, Thailand. The very first prints by Khomapastr were real antique Thai style which they were cultivating from The Bangkok National Museum and printed on silk fabric. The main inspirations for Khomapastr at that time were Thai traditional games for children and Thai culture such as Wat Arun (Arun Temple), A barge with a swan head, Thai rice farmers, and many more that were sold very well.

Khomapastr was also one of the first fabric brands in Thailand that invented the silk screen printing style, and over the years they continued to expand its product range by printing on household products such as furnishing fabrics and an assortment of gift items.

In the present day, Khomapastr is owned by 3 daughters of His Royal Highness Prince Bavoradej and still remains the uniqueness of the hand-made printed style. Khomapastr is now still in Hua Hin province and has also modernized their identity to become a brand called Khom